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Prescribed burns caused massive New Mexico fire, report finds
The fire has destroyed at least 330 homes as flames raged through nearly 500 square miles.
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Paige VanZant to make first pro wrestling match at AEW Double or Nothing
Paige VanZant’s pro wrestling debut is set.
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Lakers hiring Darvin Ham as next head coach
Darvin Ham has been hired as the Lakers' next head coach after Los Angeles failed to make the playoffs this season.
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Trump, Cruz address delegates at NRA convention
One by one, they took the stage at the National Rifle Association's annual convention and denounced the massacre of 19 students and two teachers at an elementary school across the state. (May 27)      
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‘So much guilt right now:’ Texas mom pulled daughter out of class just before shooting
"I can’t eat, couldn’t think because of the overwhelming amount of guilt,” said Mia, who did not want her family's last name published.
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Lakers hire Bucks assistant Darvin Ham as coach
The Lakers have hired Milwaukee assistant Darvin Ham to be their next coach. It will be Ham's first head coaching job in the NBA.
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‘Top Gun: Maverick’ star Glen Powell almost wasn’t cast: ‘I took it very personally’
"Top Gun: Maverick" star Glen Powell shared that he was almost not cast for a role in the "Top Gun" sequel. The actor was hesitant to take a smaller role but will be seen playing Hangman in the new movie.
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Mom Defended for Telling Ex She Doesn't Care About His Stepkids' Schedule
"I can see why this guy is an ex," one commenter mused.
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Driver breaks neck after runaway dump truck tire slams into her car on NJ highway
A Pennsylvania woman was driving southbound on Route 42 in Camden County in South Jersey when her SUV was suddenly struck by a runaway dump truck tire, police told NJ.com.
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What Would an Egalitarian Internet Actually Look Like?
The online system is broken. How do we fix it?
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Man pleads guilty in plot to firebomb California Democratic HQ after Donald Trump lost 2020 election
Ian Rogers, 46, of Napa faces up to nine years in federal prison after conspiring to attack Democratic targets following Donald Trump's 2020 loss.       
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Ex-ICE Head Praises Uvalde Cops for 'Containing' Ramos in Room With Kids
Former acting ICE director Tom Homan said that alleged Uvalde shooter Salvador Ramos being "contained" to a classroom full of children was "a good thing."
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Texas school shooting: Texas Department of Public Safety lost all credibility, says former RNC spokesman
"Special Report" All-Star Panel reacts to the aftermath and fallout from the Texas school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
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At N.R.A. Convention, the Blame Is on ‘Evil,’ Not Guns
Above all else, activists and politicians at the gathering sought to divert pressure to support popular overhauls like expanded background checks by seizing on the issue of school safety.
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Woman Getting Nearly $700 Worth of Ulta Items for 34 Cents Gets 19M Views
"ulta has the best point system," one user wrote.
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Subway does franchisee damage control after John Oliver segment: memos
Subway, America’s biggest restaurant chain, is doing damage control with its own franchisees after a 26-minute segment on HBO’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” sharply criticized its treatment of them. Oliver criticized Subway for exploiting its franchisees and being perhaps the country’s worst franchisor during the episode on May 22. “For decades, franchisees have...
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Prosecutors and Defense Duel in Closing Arguments of Sussmann Trial
A verdict is expected as early as Tuesday in the case brought by a Trump-era special counsel against a lawyer with ties to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
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Police delays may have deprived Texas schoolchildren of lifesaving care, experts say
There is some evidence to indicate that some victims may have been alive and in need of medical aid while authorities waited outside for backup.
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Today in History for May 28th
Novelist Ian Fleming is born. Baseball's National League approves moving the Brooklyn Dodgers to Los Angeles. Duke fo Windsor dies. (May 28)      
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Salvador Ramos’ father pictured for first time since Texas school shooting
Photos show the teary-eyed 42-year-old father — also named Salvador Ramos — embracing a visitor on his front porch on the same day he broke his silence about his son's rampage.
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‘The Bob’s Burgers Movie’: What to know
"The Bob's Burgers Movie," which is based on the Emmy-winning Fox series, hits theaters on Friday. Here's what to know about the new animated comedy film.
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Gov. Abbott says he was “misled” about police response to Texas school shooting
During a press conference Friday afternoon, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said he was "misled" when initially briefed about the police response to the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting.
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The Gunman in Uvalde Left Multiple Hints Before His Attack Began
Particularly online, the teenager who killed 19 students and two teachers at an elementary school provided dark warnings about the carnage to come.
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Трамп предложил раздать учителям оружие для защиты детей в школах
Экс-президент США Дональд Трамп считает, что американские учителя, прошедшие специальную подготовку, должны получить право на ношение оружие в школах
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Matthew McConaughey visits Uvalde, Texas hometown to pay respects to school shooting victims
Matthew McConaughey traveled to his hometown of Uvalde, Texas on Friday where a gunman killed 19 children and two adults at Robb Elementary School.
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Ray Liotta dined at Dominican Republic steakhouse 2 days before his death
The "Goodfellas" star -- who died Thursday in the Dominican Republic at the age of 67 -- had dinner with fiancée Jacy Nittolo at Naca'n Restaurant Tuesday night.
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Jury deliberations underway in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial
Johnny Depp sued Amber Heard, his ex-wife, after she wrote a 2018 op-ed describing herself as a victim of domestic abuse. During closing arguments, Depp's lawyers accused Heard of lying, saying she "gave the performance of her life." Journalist Jesse Weber joins Catherine Herridge on CBS News to discuss the trial.
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TechWatch: Anti-gun bots wreak havoc on social media
A significant surge in anti-gun bot activity has been identified on the heels of recent mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas, and Buffalo, New York. Theses tragic incidents shook communities and renewed conversations about gun laws. CBS News' tech reporter Dan Patterson joins anchors Michelle Miller and Nancy Chen to weigh in on the impact the automated agents of propaganda have had in the aftermath of these tragedies.
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Woman told to ‘kill’ herself over tattoo of Johnny Depp’s lawyer
"Symbolizes strength, confidence, speaking up and unapologetically seeking truth and justice," she said was the reason behind her new ink.
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Senators working on bipartisan effort to establish federal gun control measures
Sen. Chris Murphy is working on a bipartisan effort to curb gun violence in the U.S. Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz are speaking at the annual National Rifle Association meeting in Houston. Democratic strategist Joel Payne and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez join CBS News' Catherine Herridge to discuss.
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Nets’ Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant’s ex-teams are thriving without them
The Warriors are back in yet another NBA Finals, and the Celtics have a chance to join them. Meanwhile, the Nets are on vacation.
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Border agents discover 1,500 Ibs. of meth, seize handgun
U.S. border agents found more than 1,500 pounds of meth in 28 duffel bags on a boat close to the Washington state-Canadian border, authorities said.
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NYC teachers, students wear black after Texas school shooting
For many participants across the five boroughs, the dangers of gun violence felt all too familiar, as they called for stronger school safety measures and mental health resources across the schools.
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Miguel Andujar’s ‘natural way’ in outfield helping Yankees through injuries
Now that Miguel Andujar has added hard work and experience, the Yankees are reaping the rewards at a time when their other outfielders are banged up.
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Imran Khan claims there's a US conspiracy against him. Why do so many Pakistanis believe him?
Standing atop a truck, thronged by a huge crowd, a visibly enraged Imran Khan repeated the claim that has become a rallying cry for his millions of supporters.
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Metro releases detailed plan to return 7000-series cars to service
Metro worked for months to develop the plan and win approval from safety regulators to return its newest series of rail cars to service.
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Picture: Miesha Tate says she's 'the lightest I have ever walked around' before UFC flyweight debut
Miesha Tate's first cut down to the UFC women's flyweight division is right on track.      Related StoriesPicture: Miesha Tate says she's 'the lightest I have ever walked around' before UFC flyweight debut - EnclosureReports: Ex-UFC fighter Icho Larenas charged with murder after teenager allegedly stabbed, beaten to deathFormer boxer Danyelle Wolf set for long-awaited UFC debut vs. Norma Dumont 
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Fareed's take: In a world of multiplying risks, Europe finds unity on Ukraine
Fareed reflects on the mood in Davos, Switzerland, as world leaders at the World Economic Forum annual meeting grapple with an uncertain future amid economic headwinds and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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The best deals at Best Buy's Memorial Day sale: Save on washers, dryers, laptops, vacuums and more
Check out Best Buy's Memorial Day deals on tech from LG, Samsung, Bissell and more top brands.
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Ex-Marine from Torrance pleads guilty to cyberstalking, extorting explicit images
Johao Miguel Chavarri, 25, pleaded guilty Friday to three counts of cyberstalking and faces up to 15 years in prison.
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Last look: The case for gun control
Following the tragic elementary-school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Fareed argues we can curtail such violence with stronger gun control—but that so far, America has lacked the political will.
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‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Episode 2 Recap: Hunters and Hunted
What we’ve got in this episode amounts to a fairly serious retcon of the relationship between Princess Leia and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
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Trump says 'existence of evil' is why law-abiding Americans need Second Amendment
Former President Trump offered remarks Friday at the 2022 NRA convention in Houston as he touted his administration's work to preserve the Second Amendment.
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Kim Kardashian endorses Rick Caruso for Los Angeles Mayor: ‘I believe in him’
Kim Kardashian took to her Instagram Friday to publicly endorse Rick Caruso for Los Angeles mayor. She urged her 313 million followers to "use their power" in voting.
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Dr. Rick wants to stop you from becoming your parents
Actor Bill Glass talks about playing "Parenta-life Coach" Dr. Rick on those humorous Progressive Insurance ads.
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We overlook a significant factor in mass shootings: fatherlessness
We do everything possible to find the root cause of a broken man showing such disregard for life — yet we consistently overlook a significant contributing factor: fatherlessness.
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Texas Gov. Abbott "misled," "livid" about inaccurate information on police response to shooting
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says officials initially provided wrong information about the response to the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde. CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano reports on the latest developments, and then CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca joins Catherine Herridge to discuss what we've learned today about the investigation.
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NASA ‘confirms’ it’s joining search for UFOs
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs) and official sightings were recently discussed at a public US Congress hearing on May 17.
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